1. AngriBuddhist's Avatar
    This might sound cool but it's quite annoying.

    I have the new Hue Hub that works with HomeKit and have several Scenes set up that I can activate with Siri. I can also adjust individual lights by name. I've had this hub for a few weeks.

    Here's the crazy thing. When the Apple TV is off and I activate a Scene, not an individual light, using Siri, with either my Apple Watch or iPhone, the Apple TV and TV set are both turning on!

    I don't know if it's HomeKit and the Apple TV or if the Remote is picking up signals from my iPhone somehow and then sending the Power On signal or what's happening. It's 3:39am now and I can't stay up trying to figure this out any longer.

    Tomorrow I'm going to take the Apple TV Remote way out of Bluetooth range and then do some more testing.
    11-02-2015 05:45 AM

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